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Rapper Namewee remanded over controversial Chinese New Year video clip

KUALA LUMPUR Police have remanded rapper Namewee until Monday (Feb 26), said Kuala Lumpur deputy police chief Deputy Commissioner Zainuddin Yaacob.

Namewee had gone to Bukit Aman on Thursday to give his statement over his controversial Chinese New Year video, which had angered some people and saw at least four police reports lodged.


Namewee said he had surrendered himself, as he believed in the country's justice system.

"I came to the police headquarters today. I am not afraid as I believe in the country's justice system."

"I thank everyone for their support," he said in a brief post, which was published with a picture of the controversial artiste saluting beside the Jalan Bukit Aman street sign on Thursday.

In his Like a Dog music video, Namewee sang that dogs in different countries have different barks, and while American dogs go "woof woof" and Indonesian dogs go "bow wow", Malaysian dogs go "mari mari, wang wang" (come come, money money).

He was accompanied by background dancers in dog masks, who moved provocatively and scattered money to the beat of the music.

Namewee, whose real name is Wee Meng Chee, had denied insulting Islam in the music video, which was released to coincide with Chinese New Year.

The rapper said the music video was only for entertainment and that he had no intention of disrespecting any religion or race. THE MALAYSIAN INSIGHT


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